Our teachers and staff have already begun working to prepare for the launch of our remote learning platform on April 6th. Our approach is to have Internet-connected K-12 students utilize platforms such as Google Classroom and Class Dojo to receive instruction. Students will be able to connect through the use of their school issued devices, cellphones, or privately owned devices. In order to make sure all families have some method to connect remotely, teachers will be reaching out to students and families via email and/or phone to check in.
For families without Internet connectivity, learning packets will be utilized in order to continue education at home. Packets will be mailed and will include materials similar to that of our online offerings. Students can get immediate feedback on packet materials by texting or emailing a photo of their completed work to teachers. If this option is not available to you then packet materials can be dropped off at school by appointment.
If you have questions about our remote learning program, or if your family is in need of a device or consultation on available internet service options, please contact the school 906-647-6285 ext. 2204. You can also check this page for options.
We look forward to reconnecting with our students! Further updates will be sent to you as they become available.
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To help families across the U.S. whose schools are closed in these difficult times, Age of Learning is working with our school and district to provide free home access to ABCmouse Early Learning Academy, Adventure Academy, and ReadingIQ during the period of the closure. These leading digital education programs include valuable educational content for Pre-K, elementary, and middle school students.
Interruptions in learning due to school closures can be a challenge for children’s academic growth and development, and their need for stability and consistency. When in-school learning isn’t possible, using research-based learning resources at home can help children stay engaged, provide them valuable learning experiences, and maintain some continuity in their lives.
By visiting the links below and entering your code, you will have free home access to these digital programs on computers, tablets, and smartphones during the period of closure. ABCmouse and Adventure Academy are used while connected to the internet. ReadingIQ can be used in offline mode once your account is created and books are downloaded on to a device. These programs can also be accessed using your free account at public libraries and other public locations with Internet-connectivity.
Redeem Code: SCHOOL4638 (This code will work for all 3 products)
For Children in Preschool Through 2nd Grade ABCmouse, Early Learning Academy: Please visit www.ABCmouse.com/redeem and redeem your access code.
For Children In Preschool through 6th Grade ReadingIQ: Please visit www.ReadingIQ.com/redeem and redeem your access code.
For Children in 3rd Through 8th Grade Adventure Academy: Please visit www.AdventureAcademy.com/redeem and redeem your access code.
Scholastic is here for schools, students and families.
They have created the Scholastic Learn at Home website. This free resource provides all students with 20* days' worth of learning journeys that span the content areas so you can keep your students actively engaged in learning while your buildings are closed.
Students will have access to approximately three hours of learning opportunities per day, including projects based on exciting articles and stories, virtual field trips, reading and geography challenges, and more. These learning journeys were carefully curated by our editors to reduce the burden on teachers and families needing to ensure meaningful learning takes place.
The site includes learning journeys across four different grade spans-PreK/K, Grades 1–2, Grades 3–5, and Grades 6–9+. Learning experiences cover ELA, STEM, Science, Social Studies, and Social-Emotional Learning. We are also providing access to four award-winning digital solutions that students can access anytime, anywhere.
The Scholastic Learn at Home website does not require a username or password, and is open freely to all. The learning journeys are accessible on any device. They are designed to limit the need for printing, and allow students to learn independently or with their families. Teachers can even plan virtual learning meetups to discuss and expand on any of the resources found on the site.